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We camped at your grounds for the second time on New Years Eve and Day. Due to all of the ATV families, our experience was horribly non-peaceful. We are a young couple that generally could be found in a fun atmosphere partying up the holiday...More
We spent 4 days there and brought a golf cart and ATV. The campground itself is nice but i can see how campers in the primitive camp area would complain about traffic thru their sites. Most tent campers were right on the main ATV trail....More
Spent 5 days and had a blast. Rode ATV, went shark tooth hunting on the river. Had a blast. Can't wait till next year again. P.S. If you want someone who knows all about the start teeth and bones that you can find on the...More
An atv, drinking party every weekend. If you want to risk your life camping in the so called "wilderness " which doubles as the Atv track then this may be the place for you. It's a horrible place to stay if you have small children.
I like the place as we are arc riders, and it's a good place for kids to ride. Problem for campers is that the price they charge you is for a family if two and then $7 for each other person. So if you are...More
I want to camp in wilderness area,.... Would this be possible ?
I have a slide-in truck camper & towing a Honda Silver Wing scooter on motorcycle trailer. (Hard to back-up) I also have handicap placard for limited mobility. Interested in coming Feb. for a visit, I go to the dirt track at Eastbay Speedway & visit friends at Lake Okeechobee. My email is gphatdaddy55atyahoo
18 January 2015|
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Should not be a problem. However, as far as I know, the wilderness area does not have electric or water at any site. Many sites are "pull through" so no backing up needed. We always stay in the main part of the park... More
Should not be a problem. However, as far as I know, the wilderness area does not have electric or water at any site. Many sites are "pull through" so no backing up needed. We always stay in the main part of the park and LOVE it.
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"We had campers, it was a campground geared for trail riding, mud riding, tubing, canoeing, etc. Don't..."